Kosha Dillz ft. Rapper Big Pooh - West Coast Flavor

Posted 4 years ago
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Producer:
Trump
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Can a couple emcees from New Jersey and North Carolina successfully capture that West Coast Flavor? If you’d asked me a couple minutes ago, I would have responded with doubt, but I’ll be damned if Kosha Dillz and Rapper Big Pooh don’t do just that on the former’s latest promo single. Featuring the slow-rolling boardwork of Trump (the producer behind Sam Adams’ debut set), this joint isn’t attached to any forthcoming project, but those feeling its sunny vibe can keep it locked for all the latest. If you happen to reside in the Midwest, you can also catch Dillz on his ongoing You Canned DO It tour and food drive, where he’ll be accepting donations of canned goods for homeless shelters across Minnesota.

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